Dental Heath Associates of Madison in the community

Dental Health Associates of Madison supports a wide variety of community organizations in the Madison, Wisconsin area and beyond.

Being an active part of our community is important to Dental Health Associates of Madison. We enjoy supporting our schools, the Arts, Civic groups, the underprivileged, and the under-served. We donate time and funds to help make Madison a great place to live. From Adopt a Highway to Race For A Cure, from Madison Children's Museum to Second Harvest Food Bank, you'll find DHA active in our community with a "hands on" approach. We’re especially proud of our commitment to financially supporting the UW Children’s Hospital, the Ronald McDonald House and the Gilda’s Club. We are also one of the largest providers of discounted or free dental services to indigent patients in need of care.

Dental Health Associates of Madison supports a wide variety of community organizations in the Madison area 


The following is a list reflecting the diversity of our efforts:

  • All City Swim
  • Aldo Leopold Nature Center
  • American Cancer Society
  • Brava Thrive Luncheon Series
  • Bowl For Kids' Sake
  • Children's Theater of Madison
  • Downtown Madison, Inc.
  • Madison Symphony Orchestra
  • Marquette School of Dentistry
  • Meriter Foundation
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • The Madison Library
  • United Way
  • UW Foundation Sports Medicine
  • All City Swim Meet
  • Combat Blindness Foundation
  • Friends of UW Hospital
  • Give a Kid a Smile
  • Madison Children's Museum
  • MATC Scholarships
  • Red Cross
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Susan G. Komen
  • Tri 4 Kids
  • Oregon Kids Triathalon
  • United Cerebral Palsy
  • UW Children's Hospital
  • Very Special Arts

Giving to Our World Community

Our support to community also goes beyond Madison. We strongly support the Combat Blindness Foundation. This organization is dedicated to eradicating preventable blindness in developing countries. Our donation targets eye screening projects and free cataract surgeries.